As of August 31, 2016, 21 retail hydrogen stations are open in California, and another six are in the commissioning process. By the end of the year, about 27 retail hydrogen stations for passenger vehicles should be open and about 50 open in 2017. We also expect the Energy Commission to release its Notice of Planned Award (NOPA) in late fall this year, which will fill the pipeline with new construction.
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More than 60 stakeholders celebrated the opening of the Santa Barbara hydrogen station last Friday, May 13 with a ribbon cutting and displays of fuel cell cars from Honda, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz and Toyota.
The True Zero hydrogen station is co-funded by the California Energy Commission and is one of more than 40 that are expected to be online by the end of 2016. Like many of California’s hydrogen stations, it is based at a local gasoline station, Conserv Fuel.
“Imagine: a fun day on the road with good talk and good food AND zero emissions. I could get used to this,” said ARB Chairman, Mary Nichols after a drive from Santa Monica to Sacramento in her Toyota Mirai. Mary, along with Janea Scott from the Energy Commission and Tyson Eckerle from the Governor’s Office of Business Development led a caravan of FCEVs on “Mary’s Valley Rally” on April 20.
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Thank you for participating in the first quarterly update on the progress of hydrogen stations in California. The presentation file can be found in the downloads section of CaFCP's website at http://cafcp.org/downloads and the recording from the webinar is posted on CaFCP's YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dc4Qbp65hlc.
A new joint report from California Energy Commission and Air Resources Board puts forward findings that represent analyses of data through December 2015 about the progress for hydrogen stations in California. The report concludes that based on expected FCEV market growth and the expiration of AB 8 funding in 2023, the hydrogen fuel market should be in good financial condition to attract the high levels of private capital that will be needed to ensure a steady transition to a self-sustaining hydrogen and FCEV market.